Sunday 12 February 2023

Man Who Served Two Years In Prison For Torching Police Station Now Running For Seattle City Council


A man named Isaiah Thomas Willoughby, who served two years in prison for torching a police station is now running for city council in Seattle.

Willoughby was allegedly in the Seattle CHOP zone during the George Floyd riots.

Now he expects the people of Seattle to trust him in a city government role?

The Post Millennial reports: 

Man who served 2 years for torching police precinct during 2020 ‘autonomous zone’ runs for Seattle city council

A man who received a 2-year sentence for setting fire to a Seattle police precinct during the deadly 2020 Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ) has filed to run for the Seattle City Council.

Isaiah Thomas Willoughby was released in March 2022 following a two-year prison sentence in conjunction with three years of supervised release for starting a fire outside the Seattle Police Department’s East Precinct in the early morning hours of June 12, 2020. Willoughby pleaded guilty to federal arson charges.

The Tacoma native, who has also lived in Seattle, has filed to run in Seattle’s District 2 against Socialist incumbent Tammy Morales.

In 2019, Willoughby ran for city council in District 1 but withdrew from the race before the August primary.

According to the plea agreement, Willoughby was wearing a bright yellow and green hoodie when he was captured on surveillance video near debris piled next to the wall of the Seattle Police East Precinct. Willoughby admitted to using a gas can, to pour gasoline on the debris. He could be seen on video stepping away from the debris pile for a moment, then reappearing with something that he lights on fire and tosses on the debris pile.

Are there really people in Seattle who will vote for this guy?

Do the people of Seattle want to be governed by Antifa?

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